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Scholastic Book Fair on Campus
November 12, 2015
St. Rosalie is holding an on campus Scholastic Book Fair. All St. Rosalie students and parents are invited to attend. The book fair will be open November 9th - 13th. Check Edline for the book fair time schedule. Books are a great gift for Christmas. Come out and help make this special event a big success.

2nd Annual Trick-or-Trunk
October 7, 2015
We will hosting our 2nd Annual Trick-or-Trunk on Friday, October 23rd. This event is for SRS students and siblings ONLY! All children must be in one of the participating cars. All participation is based on limited available parking spots. There will be a costume, trunk decorating and pumpkin carving contest.Hot dogs, hamburgers, nachos and drinks will be available for purchase.

St. Rosalie Parish Fair - September 25-27
September 22, 2015

Come and join us for a fun time, lots of food, and good music at our annual parish fair.

September 25th - 27th

Friday - 6:00 - 11:00 pm

Saturday - 12:00 - 11:00 pm

Sunday - 12:00 noon - 9:00 pm       

7th Grade "Wet Welcome Back" Swim Party
August 12, 2015
On Friday, August 14th, all seventh graders are invited to our annual "Wet Welcome Back" swim party. Come and join in the fun. Bring your swim suits, towels, and sunscreen. Cool off in the swimming pool and water slide. There will be snacks and drinks for everyone.

"Godspell, Jr."
May 1, 2015
Come out to support our 8th graders in their version of "Godspell,Jr." The play runs Thursday, April 30th - Saturday, May,2nd.Curtains go up at 7:30 P.M. in the cafetorium.Join in some family fun. 

Annual Visit to Wynhoven
December 15, 2014
Our student council and some of our eighth graders made their annual visit to the Wynhoven residents for some holiday cheer. The students sang Christmas carols, visited with the residence, passed out treats and pray cards.It was a wonderful time for all.

The "Ice Bucket Challenge"
September 11, 2014
A total of forty administrators, faculty and staff members stepped up to the challenge called out by the Immaculate Conception School staff. The students brought in donations for ALS to dump a bucket of ice water on their favorite participant. Everyone was ready to take the challenge for a great cause. The school collected over seventeen hundred dollars.